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Joel Solomon

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  • On May 28, 2020
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This content is copied from an original post on McLeanHospital.org. On March 30, McLean’s Joel Solomon, MD, and his 1,200 crewmates on the USNS Comfort docked in New York Harbor. The Comfort, a U.S. Navy hospital, came to New York City to provide urgent care and support to the tens of thousands in the region affected by the […]
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Frank Friedman

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  • On May 28, 2020
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For Passover, as the effects of this pandemic were really hitting home, I wrote a d’var Torah for Parashat T’zav that I shared with members of the Board of Trustees at TI. One piece of the d’var that still resonates with me is “He shall then take off his vestments, and put on other vestments, and […]
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Andy Lesser Gonzalez

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  • On May 28, 2020
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March 20, 2020 was the last day that my childcare business, Panda’s Playcare was open as we know it. The governor made the wise decision that group childcare should be closed for the foreseeable future. So what now? Thoughts were swirling around my head, like how can I afford to pay my staff? How would […]
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Rachael Falk, PsyD

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  • On May 13, 2020
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I had only been a licensed clinical psychologist for 10 months before the COVID-19 pandemic made its way to the US. As a specialist in geropsychology­- the application of knowledge and the provision of psychological services to older adults- I had been prepared for the types of losses that one can expect in this population. […]
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